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2014 IDW Limited X-Files Annual Sketch Cards

2014 IDW Limited X-Files Annual Sketch Cards

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The truth might still be out there but Mulder and Scully finally have some sketch cards. 2014 IDW Limited X-Files Annual Sketch Cards bring the classic 1990s series back to the hobby with a limited edition package that also includes a comic.

Sold via the IDW Limited website, the package comes in two versions. The Red Label is limited to 320 copies and comes with both an over-sized X-Files Annual comic and one sketch card. The retail price is $75. There are just 40 Blue Label packages. Each cost $225. These have the same comic and a set of three sketch cards, all from the same artist.

Among the artists doing sketch cards are Sean Pence, Cat Staggs, Joe Corroney and Charles Hall. Dean Haglund, who played Richard Langly (one of the Lone Gunmen) on The X-Files, has a single sketch card in the release.

The comic that is included with each set is 48 pages long. The first story is done by X-Files writer/producer Frank Spotnitz. A second story is from Dave Sim, best known for creating Cerebus.

Price Point: High-End Entertainment Card
Target Audience: X-Files Fans, Comic Collectors, Sketch Card Collectors

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2014 IDW Limited X-Files Annual Sketch Cards Artist List

The following is a list of artists doing cards for the set. The number of cards they did is also noted.

Red Label
Joe Corroney - 30
Richard Cox - 30
Ted Dastick - 7
Dean Haglund - 1
Charles Hall - 15
Dan Harding - 5
Miran Kim - 10
Chris Mason - 5
Mark McHaley - 5
Sean Pence - 15
Tim Proctor - 5
Cat Staggs - 20
Mark Torres - 30
Blue Label
Ted Dastick - 21 (7 sets)
Dan Harding - 21 (7 sets)
Chris Mason - 18 (6 sets)
Mark McHaley - 21 (7 sets)
Sean Pence - 18 (6 sets)
Tim Proctor - 21 (7 sets)


Ryan Cracknell  |  E-Mail Author
Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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